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GoLive Systems Announces GoLive CyberStudio 3

From: Kelly Ford <kford@teleport.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 12:43:30 -0800
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To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Cc: webwatch-l@teleport.com
My apologies if this isn't the sort of thing to be discussed on this list.
Stripping out the advertising nature of what follows, it seems like these
are some of the folks that should be approached about automating accessible
web design.  Does anyone know much about this particular package or the
category in general?  Which tools do the best job of creating attractive
and accessible pages?


>Posted at 3:23 a.m. PST Tuesday, March 17, 1998
>GoLive Systems Announces GoLive CyberStudio 3
>A Host of New Features - Including WYSIWYG CASCADING STYLE SHEETS and
>EASY-TO-USE DHTML - Keep GoLive CyberStudio the Standard
>for Professional Web Site Design
>NEW YORK, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- SEYBOLD SEMINAR -- GoLive Systems, Inc.,
>today announced a revolutionary, new version of GoLive CyberStudio, the
>award-winning, professional Web site publishing tool.  GoLive will
>demonstrate GoLive CyberStudio 3 Professional Edition for the first time
>publicly at Seybold Seminars in New York City on March 17 in booth .1829
>and Cebit in Hannover.
>GoLive CyberStudio 3 Professional Edition is the first Web authoring tool
>to allow users to visually control and edit Cascading Style Sheets in
>WYSIWGYG mode.  Version 3 is also the only Web authoring software to let
>Web designers easily create fully dynamic Web pages, without complex
>multimedia programming. At the same time, GoLive CyberStudio 3 offers new
>levels of control and flexibility for designing and laying out Web pages. 
>Improved site management tools make Web site creation and maintenance
>easier than ever before while usability improvements throughout the
>application put greater power and productivity into the hands of Web
>`GoLive CyberStudio has clearly set the international standard for
>professional Web site design tools,` said Andreas Poliza, chairman and CEO
>of GoLive Systems, Inc.  `In just one year, CyberStudio has won 11 major
>press awards and 27 top review ratings in the leading Macintosh and
>Internet magazines.  More than a major upgrade, with GoLive CyberStudio 3
>we hope to revolutionize Web design by making the power of Cascading Style
>Sheets and DHTML truly usable for Web designers worldwide.`
>GoLive CyberStudio 3.0 Major New Features
>Major new features in GoLive CyberStudio include: WYSIWYG Cascading Style
>Sheets, easy-to-use Dynamic HTML, enhanced visual and layout and design
>controls, advanced site creation and management, professional source code
>editing, unprecedented usability improvements, WebObjects 3.5 Support, and
>HTML 4.0 forms support.  (Please see the attached Feature List for a
>detailed description of the new features in GoLive CyberStudio 3.)
>About GoLive CyberStudio
>GoLive CyberStudio has received high accolades from press and customers
>worldwide as the only complete toolset for professional Web site design --
>that's as easy to use as a Macintosh.  This one, intuitive program includes
>everything users need to design, produce and maintain fully dynamic Web
>sites. Whether someone is a design professional, Web programmer or someone
>who just demands professional-quality results, GoLive CyberStudio's layout,
>HTML, source code editing, dynamic HTML and Web site management tools offer
>them unprecedented control and flexibility.  No other Web authoring
>solution gives them the limitless creative freedom of GoLive CyberStudio.
>Availability, Pricing and Systems Requirements
>The MSRP for GoLive CyberStudio 3 Professional Edition is $549.00 with a
>special introductory price of $299.  It will be available in late April.
>Volume purchasers can benefit from it multiple-user volume discount and
>educational pricing is available.  A thirty-day trial version will be
>accessible online or on CD-ROM.  A public beta version is expected to be
>available from the GoLive Web site in late March.
>GoLive CyberStudio is distributed to resellers in the U.S., Canada and
>Latin America by Ingram Micro, MicroAge and via distributors in 21
>countries worldwide.  Educational resellers can purchase GoLive CyberStudio
>from The Douglas Stewart Company and Ingram Micro.  Customers can find
>their nearest reseller by visiting the GoLive Web site.  GoLive CyberStudio
>requires a Power Mac or 100% compatible clone running System 8 or later and
>a minimum of 10 MB free memory.
>Free Upgrade for 1998 Customers
>Users who purchased GoLive CyberStudio 2 after January 1, 1998 can upgrade
>electronically to GoLive CyberStudio 3 for free.  Users will need to fax or
>mail a proof of purchase to GoLive.  Users who purchased any version of
>GoLive CyberStudio before January 1, 1998 can upgrade electronically to
>GoLive CyberStudio 3 for $99.  To receive a complete upgrade package, users
>must pay additional shipping and handling charges.  Further details will be
>available when GoLive CyberStudio 3 ships.
>Technical Support
>GoLive Systems continues to offer unlimited free technical support to all
>registered users of the full and trial versions of GoLive CyberStudio. 
>GoLive Technical Support can be reached at 1-800-554-6638 or
>About GoLive Systems
>Founded in 1996, GoLive Systems, Inc. is a privately held company located
>in Menlo Park, California.  GoLive's mission is to create leading-edge
>software, that provides our users with the utmost in creative control and
>increased productivity for designing and managing professional Web sites. 
>Its first software product, GoLive CyberStudio, is the award-winning Web
>publishing tool -- that's as powerful as your Macintosh.  CyberStudio has
>been hailed as the best way to design a Web site.
>Trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective
>owners.  SOURCE  GoLive Systems, Inc.
>/CONTACT:  Jill Ryan of McLean Public Relations for GoLive Systems,
>650-685-3850, jill--ryanmcleanpr.com/
Received on Tuesday, 17 March 1998 15:40:35 UTC

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